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Philip holds B Ed from the University of Technology, Sydney. He is the General Manager of Stewards Foundation of Christian Brethren, an organization that acts like a bank to our Christian Brethren Churches. He is a director of Emmaus Bible College and the Lakes Christian College in NSW. He is an Elder at St George Christian Church and serves on several CCCAust committees. He is married to Marilyn and they have two adult daughters and two grandsons.
George has been married to Lyn for 40 years, and they have three adult children and 9 grandchildren. He is currently serving as an Elder of Real Life Christian Community Church, Frankston where he has been a member for 38 years. George is responsible for the Mentor Equipping Program, he intentionally mentors 8-10 men on a one to one basis and he organises the CCCV Pastor’s Network Meetings. Among other things George loves to preach in local churches and he is passionate about seeing new churches planted in the State of Victoria. He is currently the Director of Ministries with CCCV.
Ross attends St George Christian Church in Sydney and is Chairman of Stewards Foundation and a Director of Lutanda. He chairs the National Committee of CCCAust and is committed to seeing our churches grow and be more effective in our mission in Australia. He comes from a background of non executive directorships of both large and small public and private companies.
He is married with 3 Children and 8 grandchildren.
Roland is an Elder of Mueller Community Church at Redcliffe, Queensland where he has served as part of the leadership team for thirty years. They have developed a holistic approach to ministry and regularly reach more than 2000 families by establishing a school, retirement village, aged care facility, child care centre, Bible College and other outreach ministries. He also serves on the Australian Missionary Tidings Board as well as the Queensland Missionary Advisory Committee. Roland and his wife, Robyn, have four adult children and six grandchildren.
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(picture pending) - Ken spent three years as a Youth Pastor at Inala Gospel Chapel and then, with his wife Jeanette, was engaged in a teaching and publishing ministry in India from 1965-1974. From 1977 to 2000 he was Principal of the Bible College of Queensland where he lectured in Old Testament, Church History and a range of mission subjects. He was one of the founders of the IBCM movement and was Chairman at the conferences held in Singapore and Rome. For his doctoral studies he wrote and published A History of the Brethren In Australia. From 2002 to 2010 he was editor of Serving Together and CEO of AMT from 2008-2010. He and Jeanette have four married children and eight grandchildren.
Brad is the Secretary of NSW Co-Ordinating Conference and is passionate about the local church and its role in our communities. He is an Elder at NorWest Community Church and is married with three teenage children. Brad runs his own engineering consultancy, Scott Tech Consulting, offering structural and civil engineering solutions to the public.
David is married to Suzanne blessed with 4 daughters, 2 of whom married in 2010. He is a founding member of Duncraig Christian Fellowship (1984) and presently chairman of Elders. David spent 15 years fulltime with Bedford Community Church as General Manager of their employment services ministry. In 2002 he joined Focus Shopfitters who rebranded and became part of One Group Retail Experience, where he is now the General Manager of WA.
David is a CCCAust National Committee member for WA. David is currently the Principal of Perth Bible College and has a background in a variety of business, pastoral and teaching roles. David together with his wife Judy and their 3 children attend Duncraig Christian Fellowship, Perth, WA, where David is and Elder. He is involved in leadership, training, preaching and overseas mission, his heart is for people to be gripped by God’s grace and equipped for a life of passionate service.
Len is Principal of Emmaus Bible College. Prior to his work at Emmaus he worked within a number of educational and training organisations. In addition to Len's educational background he has an interest in Theological study.
His aim is to further Emmaus Bible College into a learning community through strong links with churches and para-assembly groups for the benefit of support in the work of spreading the Word of God. Len has an on going desire to foster learning and training for aboriginal people especially in the area of church life and ministry, through his involvement with the Australian Indigenous Ministries. Len and his wife Merilyn are members of Mascot Christian Fellowship.
Jeff spent five years with the Navigators while completing his B.E. at Adelaide Uni. He worked as an engineer at Bridgestone and later at the DSTO. He also obtained a Cert IV TAA and has lectured with TAFE in engineering, manufacturing, supply chain, and management. He has always been heavily involved in lay ministry, both on the Board of the Adelaide College of Ministries, and lecturing in disciple-making. Jeff also led the evangelism and discipleship program at the Prospect (and Oakden) Baptist Church, where Jeff served in Eldership, home groups and directing the young adults ministry. In 1998 he finished his B.A. in Christian Ministry, after which the family came to minister at Craigmore Christian Church where he is Senior Pastor.
Geoff is part of the Christian Community Churches in Victoria and he has functioned as the Secretary for 8 years and he publishes the quarterly newsletter which is sent to all churches. He also assists in the planning and running of the CCCV annual conference. A particular concern of his is that our network of churches become more aware of and understand the contemporary world around them so that they can become more effective in reaching this generation with the gospel. In his former life he was a Secondary School teacher for 36 years. He is an Elder at Canterbury Gardens Community Church and he is married to Jan and has three daughters and six grandchildren.
Tony is an Elder at Hope Christian Centre in Hobart. He is married with 2 adult daughters.
As an engineer by profession, he retired as CEO of the National Transport Commission in 2006. He currently serves as a board member of Scripture Union in Tasmania.
Alex is the Chairman of NSW Co-Ordinating Conference and is passionate about working with NSW churches in the network to fulfil their God given mission. He is a passionate follower of the Lord Jesus and wants to participate in Jesus’ Kingdom building mission. He is an Elder at Mascot Christian Fellowship and is married with two teenage children. He works for Deloitte in the Consulting Division as a Senior Project Manager leading teams to deliver large, complex IT and other operational improvements.